Definition of Jiber

1. one that jibes [n -S] - See also: jibes



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jiber

jibbahs
jibbed
jibber
jibber-jabber
jibbered
jibbering
jibberish
jibbers
jibbing
jibbings
jibboom
jibbooms
jibbs
jibe
jibed
jiber (current term)
jibers
jibes
jibing
jibingly
jibs
jicama
jicamas
jicara
jicaras
jichimu
jickajog
jickajogs
jidaigeki
jidaigekis

Literary usage of Jiber

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1. The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders (1902)
"What has Donald the jiber to say now 1 " asked the Litster, ... What am I to do then," asked the jiber, "that I may preserve the best blade in Lochaber from ..."

2. The Ancient Cornish Drama by Edwin Norris (1859)
"jiber, a beaver. [Not found in Welsh or Armoric. £efer=beber, biber; cf. ... but jiber in Latin.] rF1. ..."

3. The seasons by James Thomson (1824)
"With inward if Thence on th' ideal kingdom swift she turns - jiber' Her eye ; and instant, at her powerful glance Th' obedient phantoms vanish or appear; ..."

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